How to get your home interior Super Bowl ready
The Super Bowl is right around the corner, and that means that you are going to have friends and family over to experience the big game together. Drinks will be had, food will be made and eaten, and a mess will surely be made of the kitchen. To help get ready for the mess, here are some ways you can prep the kitchen for the coming Super Bowl Sunday.
- People coming over means that the kitchen is going to get crowded, and people are going to use the kitchen sink to wash dishes or maybe wash their hands. A good way to prevent a crowded and occupied sink is to get a bigger kitchen sink. Whether it be a larger farmhouse sink or multiple setup sink, there’ll be less conflict when in the kitchen.
- Protect your kitchen sink’s design with a kitchen sink grid. Whether it be a stainless steel sink or an enamel sink, you don’t want your sink to get damaged. Getting a grid is ideal when multiple guests are over, and dumping their dishes and plates in the sink can cause dents, scratches, or even chips on the sink interior.
- A double, triple, or a single sink bowl setup? Different bowl sizes are perfect for doing different jobs in each bowl of the sink. Maybe using one side to hold dirty dishes and the other for washing can help relieve some stress while in the kitchen and keep things organized.
- Make sure you have enough bowls, plates and etc. in stock stored in the kitchen. You never know when you need enough or just a little more of the essential cooking or serving plates. Sometimes you might have more guests than planned, and when that happens it’s always better to be ready than caught with not enough plates for friends or family.
- Keep the furniture and countertops clean. Given the amount of visitors and how rowdy things can get, it can always be helpful to be ready to clean up a mess or at times prevent them. Have enough napkins and towels for guests. Things can get rough during the game, you just need to be ready if a mess is about to be made. Having easy-to-clean surfaces relieves the stress of cleaning. Arguably it is much more efficient to have wood and tiled floors versus carpeting.
- Make sure your bathrooms are accessible for all of your guests. Insure that your bath faucet and toilet is functional and working. Prepare your bathroom for the elderly and anyone else with locomotive disabilities. Set up grab bars in areas around the bathroom for safety and aid.
- Kitchen and bathroom faucets add a lot to home interiors. Make sure you have the perfect matching widespread or centerset kitchen faucets. When you have guests over, impress them with your choice of faucet setups.
And when the game has finally ended, the kitchen is encumbered with leftover food, plates and cups scattered all around the house, dishes and pots are piling up on countertops and kitchen sinks, you realize that cleaning up your house just might be more labor intensive than remodeling your home. But that’s another story to tell.